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  • noun

Synonyms for Carib

a member of an American Indian peoples of northeastern South America and the Lesser Antilles

the family of languages spoken by the Carib

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We're delighted to welcome Cloud Carib to the OnApp community and look forward to helping them grow as a vCloud Air Network service provider.
For the implementation of the Ramadan Phone experience, Carib Publishing took advantage of a patented customization technology from a US-based company called Foneclay.
Purple-throated Carib Territoriality and Site Fidelity in the Absence of Heliconias.
hasn't been able to get enough Carib beer for Carnival celebrations on July 5 and 6.
SCOREBOARD - Barbados Carib Beer XI 129 (M J Hoggard 4-27).
Dominica recently hosted the 7th Annual World Creole Music Festival and while the names of the artistes may not mean too much to the "world at large", their heterogeneity is testimony to the importance of an island which stands at the cross-roads of cultures--African, Carib, English, French.
And there's something pretty appealing,especially in winter,about being able to leave the warmth of your bedroom for the warmth of Carib a Creek, which is for the exclusive use of guests from either hotel.
He marvels that carib females prefer nectar from green flowers when many hummingbird-pollinated flowers blaze red or orange.
From their strongholds in Saint Vincent and Dominica, the Carib warriors issued forth in their giant war dugouts eager for battle, women, and loot-just like the conquistadors (though the Caribs had the grace not to preach religion to those they were raping and robbing).
Dance archives reveal that he performed the role of The Boy Possessed in the Broadway show Carib Song (1945), choreographed by Dunham.
The first of a Carib trilogy entitled The Sleepers of Roraima, "Couvade" is based on the vestiges of a Carib myth and we are told in the author's note: "The purpose of Couvade was to hand on the legacy of the tribe--courage and fasting--to every newborn child.
BHP's proposed exploration area partly covers and is directly upstream of the Carib territory, the communally owned lands of the last surviving indigenous Amerindian culture in the Caribbean.
In addition to encompassing some of Dominica's most diverse rainforests, BHP's proposed exploration area partly covers and is directly upstream of the Carib territory, the lands of the last surviving indigenous Amerindian culture in the Caribbean.
Carib, like her mother and grandmother before her, is the conscience of the community.